Prepare to take out a second mortgage on your home or perhaps even sell off your first born, because General Motors announced earlier last week that the 2014 Corvette Stingray will cost around $52,000 – and that’s just for the base model.
Get ready 'Vetteheads. For only the seventh time in its storied 61 year history, the Corvette has undergone a complete redesign. And from what we saw unveiled in Detroit last week, this new C7 is not only the most powerful, race-ready standard model ever built by Chevy, but its aggressive, razor sharp lines make it the most head-turning model in years...
Even though we had rain, rain and more rain at our first ever Cars & Guitars event many brave car show enthusiasts brought out their "babies" to showcase them and compete for some great cash and trophies. Here is a list of the winners and their vehicles.
Look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … an invisible Mercedes. What do you mean you can’t look? Oh, right, it’s invisible.
Congratulations to our Week 4 Winner! Jerry Williams
Jerry Williams won the fourth week of our Virtual Car Show! Jerry submitted his 1969 Chevy Chevelle. Jerry said: "I bought this car in 1986 it was a beater. Over the years I, with the help of a few people, have restored this car to what it is now."
Congratulations to our Week 3 Winner! Bob Caillet
Bob Caillet won the third week of our Virtual Car Show! Bob submitted his 1941 Chevy. Bob said: "This is an old Ohio car that has seen it's share of snow, ice and salt. I brought it to Oklahoma in 2000 and gave her a new look." Very nice! What color would you call that? Candy Apple Red?
Craig Campbell is revving his engines. The ‘Family Man’ singer will make his way down to the Daytona International Speedway this coming weekend, where he will headline the Coca-Cola stage in the Midway Fan Zone prior to the start of the Daytona 500. Campbell will hit the stage at 10:45 AM ET on Sunday, Feb. 26. He is slated to play a free, 90-minute set. Yes, you read right. The show is free.
Dogs are no strangers to chilling out but chilling out in the passenger seat of a van while cruising down the California freeway, paw hanging out the window as the wind blows through your fur? That’s a whole different story. This Siberian Husky definitely knows a thing or two about easy riding. Good thing these two dudes caught it on film.
Andreas Rentz/Getty Images Let me just start by saying this is not where it happened. It looks like a typical parking lot. Most do. Lots of cars that surround the shopping plaza or big box store or where ever you go to shop.
Eventually, your car options may not be limited to just choices about color, transmission or even GPS. If Toyota has its way, you’ll also be mulling over interactive window features.
These futuristic pieces of glass, called “Windows to the World,” will be far more than just a way to watch the miles fly by. They’ll also be a drawing tablet, learning device, and distance tracker — not to mention min